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Posts Tagged ‘pipelines’

0 Mar 26 2010 @ 9:05am by Matt Smith in Crude Oil, Economy, Global Energy, Natural Gas

Burrito Bites

As we slip off the end of this first quarter of 2010, this last full week in March has seen crude oil clinging to $80, US natural gas clinging to $4, and Greece clinging on to anyone they can. Meanwhile, in equityland, everything continues to look rosy. Grab your chips, and lets get dunking into this week’s dips: 

–Oh boy, this is so odd. Town makes Banana (museum) split.

–The EIA is getting the smackdown for the shortcomings in their data.

–15 oil and gas pipelines that are changing the world’s strategic map.

–A whole website dedicated to things people will do for $5.

–Buffett beats Obama…Berkshire Hathaway bonds yield less than US Govt debt.

–This is fantastic news – no need to rinse dishes before putting them in the dishwasher.

China’s growth shifts the geopolitics of oil.

–Colorado is set to be powered by 30% renewable energy by 2020.

–Markets in everything – stress-relieving vending machine.

–Ten things author of The Big Short (the shorting-subprime exposé)  –  Michael Lewis can teach us about the economy.

vending your anger....

Weird and wonderful places to live.

No Burrito awards this week, just a relevant quote relating to the most pertinent action in current markets –  ‘The equity market at any given moment in time is one part reality to three parts perception’ – David Rosenberg.

Have a wonderful weekend!